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PSP oldTimer is a vintage-style compressor designed for track and program compression and limiting. Our goal in developing this plug-in is to provide a simple compressor that offers an exceptionally musical sound while requiring a minimum of tweaking. The PSP oldTimer plug-in is not based on any specific hardware, rather it is inspired by vintage circuits and is designed to emulate some favorite characteristics of such compressors. It's so simple and so easy to use, that it's difficult to make it sound bad even at extreme settings! This compressor offers soft and smooth compression in most applications, however it may slightly color the sound with its tube emulation on transients when heavily driven internally by high compression values. The fully operational 14 days demo (doesn't require any hardware dongle) is available now on our download page: http://www.PSPaudioware.comhttp://www.PSPaudioware.com Technical Specifications
Supported formats: AudioUnit, VST, and RTAS for MacOSX (PPC or Intel macs)
VST and RTAS for Windows x32 and Windows x64
Processing
All internal processing done with 64 bit double precision floats
32 and 64 bit floating point audio streams supported
Sample rates up to 192kHz supported
Minimum System Requirements
Windows: Intel or AMD processor
(i386 architecture compatible high performance CPU recommended)
Windows XP (Service Pack 2 or 3 suggested), Windows Vista or Vista 64
RTAS, or VST compatible audio application
VST for x64 applications
Macintosh: PowerPC or Intel processor
Mac OS X 10.4 or later
AU, RTAS, or VST compatible audio application
MSRP: (downloadable version) Until August 12, 2009 you can buy PSP oldTimer at the special introductory price of $59*
Until August 21, 2009 you can buy PSP oldTimer at the special introductory price of $79*
Starting August 22, 2009 the regular price $99* will be applied (*all prices exclude possible sales or VAT taxes)
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